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Review: THE AUTUMNAL #4 – Hiding The Past In Years Of Terror

Writer Daniel Kraus and artist Chris Shehan, along with colorist Jason Wordie and letterer Jim Campbell, return to the town of Comfort Notch to...

Review: SWEET TOOTH: THE RETURN #3 Keeps Amping Up Its Mystery

Writer and artist Jeff Lemire's sequel to his career-making hit hits its third chapter with "Sweet Tooth: The Return" #3. This issue ups the...

Review: Going Further Into the Underground in BLADE RUNNER 2029 #2

Writer Mike Johnson and artist Andres Guinaldo return with to the grimy streets of Neo-L.A. with "Blade Runner 2029" #2. Along with colorist Marco...

Review: STAR WARS: THE HIGH REPUBLIC #1 Brings Wonder Back to A Galaxy Far Far Away

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the Republic and the Jedi Order were at the peak of their prosperity. Writer...

Review: THE DREAMING: THE WAKING HOURS #6 Is a Reminder to Not Play with Magic

Writer G. Willow Wilson and guest artist Javier Rodriguez's bring us the start of the next arc of their staggeringly good Sandman Universe series...

Review: YASMEEN #5 Defies the Victim Narrative

Writer Saif Ahmed and artist Fabiana Mascolo's "Yasmeen" has been one of the most effective and important comics of the past year, if not...

Review: TAARNA #1 and the Answer to Cosmic Chaos

Few images are more iconic to both comic and cult-film enthusiasts than the image of Taara on the poster of the 1981 animated film Heavy...

Review: BLADE RUNNER 2029 #1 Continues A Legacy

Continuing the legacy of one of the greatest and most influential science fiction stories of all time is no simple feat. Luckily, writers Michael...

Review: Lies And Prophecies In SWEET TOOTH: THE RETURN #2

Writer and artist Jeff Lemire returns to the story that arguable made his career for the second chapter of "Sweet Tooth: The Return." Where...